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Fulbert of Chartres

Theologian and philosopher, born in Laudun, S France. Of humble origins, he studied in Reims and went on to establish a school at Chartres (990) which became an international centre of learning, including among its pupils Berengarius of Tours. Fulbert became Archbishop of Chartres in 1007. His 140 epistles throw valuable light on the 11th-c French church.

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